I’m not going to try and convince you that Melky Cabrera was worse than, say, Sugar Bear Blanks. But there were few Braves as lazy and ineffectual as Wide Leche. When the Braves acquired Cabrera I was under the delusion that he was one of those players you appreciate the more you saw play, a […]Read More The 20 worst A-Braves players: #4 Melky Cabrera
Only four players to go in our countdown of the 20 worst players (non-pitchers) in A-Braves history. Two of the four spots are taken, and it shouldn’t be hard to figure out who they are (hint: they played the positions most popular on our list). The other two are up for grabs. Now’s your last […]Read More Who we missing?
Rob Belloir was acquired from Cleveland in 1975, a bad sign, as the Indians were the AL version of the Braves. He was the PTBNL in a deal that brought Blue Moon Odom to Atlanta — a trade Eddie Robinson would’ve been better off not making. Blue Moon was 1-7 with a 7.07 ERA in […]Read More The 20 worst A-Braves players: #5 Rob Belloir